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Romford MP gives Isle of Man officials borough tour

PUBLISHED: 13:00 13 April 2017 | UPDATED: 13:31 13 April 2017

Steve Rodan, president of Tynwald in the Isle of Man, shaking hands with Romford's MP Andrew Rosindell outside his constituency office. Picture: Chris Muspratt.

Steve Rodan, president of Tynwald in the Isle of Man, shaking hands with Romford's MP Andrew Rosindell outside his constituency office. Picture: Chris Muspratt.

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A special guest visited the borough last week to talk Brexit, exchange ideas on local government and ways of dealing with constituents effectively.

Steve Rodan, with Havering mayor Cllr Phillipa Crowder, Andrew Rosindell MP and council leader Roger Ramsey with other officers at Havering Town Hall. Picture: Chris Muspratt.Steve Rodan, with Havering mayor Cllr Phillipa Crowder, Andrew Rosindell MP and council leader Roger Ramsey with other officers at Havering Town Hall. Picture: Chris Muspratt.

Romford’s MP Andrew Rosindell invited Steve Rodan, president of Tynwald and other representatives from Isle of Man (IoM) government and also gave them a tour of the borough.

Mr Rosindell said the visit went well.

“It was a wonderful honour to invite Stephen Rodan, the president of Tynwald, and the other representatives from the Isle of Man government,” he said.

“The Isle of Man parliament itself dates back more than 1,000 years, and we share a cherished and unbreakable link with the crown dependency.

“The delegation certainly enjoyed their tour of Romford, which included St Edward the Confessor Church, Romford Market, and Havering Town Hall where IoM officials had a meeting with council leader Cllr Roger Ramsey and Cllr Philippa Crowder, Havering mayor.”


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